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Every Noise at Once. Deep symphonic black metal progressive uplifting trance vintage french electronic deep indie singer-songwriter underground latin hip hop christian alternative rock melodic progressive metal progressive post-hardcore deep contemporary country technical brutal death metal australian alternative rock traditional scottish folk vintage italian soundtrack electroacoustic improvisation progressive electro house This is an ongoing attempt at an algorithmically-generated, readability-adjusted scatter-plot of the musical genre-space, based on data tracked and analyzed for 1529 genres by Spotify.

Every Noise at Once

Show Us Your Memorable Walk in NYC. Conversations with DOUG AITKEN. Inside Abbey Road. 30 ans de danse - Les Centres Chorégraphiques Nationaux fêtent 30 ans de danse. What The Internet Thinks About - Interactive Infographic. What if you saw the Internet’s most-read stories all at once?

What The Internet Thinks About - Interactive Infographic

You would see a picture of what the Internet thinks about – this (click on each story). How do we know all this? The data comes from the largest index of links on the Internet (after Google) by Ahrefs. What Does the Internet Say About Us? If the Internet is the largest collection of information, it likely reflects what matters to us, humans, the most. Articles that are not as personal, are either useful, like the article that advises on how to extend your Android phone’s battery life, or entertaining, like the article that shows how we sound when we use #hashtags. If we were to condense all these articles into a recipe for a great article, it would be personal, useful, and entertaining.

How Did We Get The Data For each top English-language media website in the world, we found the most shared articles using Ahrefs Content Explorer (You can explore these yourself by clicking on the names of publications under the bubbles. Credits. The Turn - Fredo Viola. Villa Urquiza and Coghlan Art District, Buenos Aires - Institut culturel de Google. Top 10 TED Talks on Storytelling and Filmmaking. By: ScreenCraft Staff Posted on: April 21, 2014 Posted in: Blog, Featured From JJ Abrams to James Cameron, some of the world’s most celebrated storytellers and filmmakers have given their “TED Talk.”

Top 10 TED Talks on Storytelling and Filmmaking

Topics range from viral videos to the secret source of creativity. Our favorite, hands down, is Andrew Stanton’s talk on storytelling. We’d love to know if we’re missing any of YOUR favorite videos. Here are our 10 favorite TED Talks that all filmmakers, screenwriters and storytellers should watch: 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. Share and Enjoy Tags: , andrew stanton, filmmaking, hollywood, inspiration, James Cameron, JJ Abrams, screenwriting, storytelling, TED Talks. Siemens City Icon // data driven art and generative design. City Icon is a generative city simulation featured at Sustainable Cities exhibition in the Crystal building in London.

Siemens City Icon // data driven art and generative design

The city is a mix of intersecting systems, fluently transforming and interacting with each other. Traffic jams, water streams, nature enclaves, emergency states and energy sources appear and disappear during the day giving a feeling of dynamic but well balanced city. States Together with Squint/Opera, Variable designed and developed 6 simulations representing different sub-systems of the city. Color+City. Medium. 40 maps that explain the internet. The internet increasingly pervades our lives, delivering information to us no matter where we are.

40 maps that explain the internet

It takes a complex system of cables, servers, towers, and other infrastructure, developed over decades, to allow us to stay in touch with our friends and family so effortlessly. Here are 40 maps that will help you better understand the internet — where it came from, how it works, and how it's used by people around the world. How the internet was created Before the internet, there was the ARPANET Before the internet, there was the ARPANETARPANET, the precursor to the modern internet, was an academic research project funded by the Advanced Research Projects Agency, a branch of the military known for funding ambitious research projects without immediate commercial or military applications. Initially, the network only connected the University of Utah with three research centers in California.

The internet around the world Threats to the internet The geography of online services Twerking vs. Murat.